Writing in Preschool: Learning to Orchestrate Meaning and Marks
Item #: 2003
# of Pages:79
Subject: Language & Literacy
This detailed examination of writing in the preschool years covers the development from scribble to script, from letter strings to real words, and from simple to detailed messages. Describes how adults can identify and build the various strands of knowledge and skills that must come together for young children to understand how print works. The authors share many samples of children’s writing, as well as specific strategies providing support for children’s writing. From the International Reading Association’s Preschool Literacy Collection.